Vladimir Putin Could Face A “Coup” After His Defeat In Ukraine

(PresidentialWire.com)- Victor Andrusiv, Adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, said that historically, Russia has collapsed after a military defeat.

Russian rulers have experienced coups and destruction following a military defeat.

He doesn’t exclude a coup in the event that Russia loses the Ukrainian conflict. One of the requirements for settling relations between Russia, the West, and Ukraine may be Putin’s extradition to The Hague.

Even though justice takes time, Andrusiv emphasizes that the essential thing is that it is delivered.

According to him, the defeat of Nazi ruler Adolf Hitler provided 70 years of world security.

Now that Putin has been defeated, it is necessary to maintain long-term peace and establish a new international security structure for years to come. As a result, it is not a question of meeting timetables but rather ensuring that justice is served.

Andrusiv was an academic who produced numerous writings before the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, stating that the war in Ukraine would be the last one for the Russians.

He made a comparison between Germany and the United States. It had to suffer two catastrophic defeats before it could completely reform itself, its conscience, and its attitude.

The defeat in Ukraine will be the Russians’ second defeat in the country. The first was the disintegration of the Soviet Union, which represented the defeat of a generation. And the second is defeat in this war. If they decide that it is no longer feasible to resolve a dispute through force, I am confident that they will follow the same procedures as Germany.

According to reports, Russian President Vladimir Putin is bracing for a coup attempt as dissatisfied generals and the Federal Security Service (FSB) plot to depose him.

Rumors are circulating in the Kremlin that several former generals and KGB officials want to bring the war in Ukraine to a close and force Putin from power.

According to reports, many Russians believe that the invasion was a mistake and has resulted in an economic disaster for the country.

According to local media sources, the FSB is reportedly so dissatisfied with the lack of military progress that they have called generals and former army officers.

The “Siloviki,” a group of former FSB officers, is said to be collaborating with former officers from other Russian intelligence organizations to force the 69-year-old Putin from his position as President of Russia.